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My Ultimate 7000$(kind of) All AMD Build

USD, I have No budget (Doesn't mean Ima get a threadripper with crossfire 6900xt's or anything way overkill), 

US / Can pay shipping from other countries if reasonable deal. 

Will be used strictly for Gaming, Some video editing and rendering at times. Might start streaming

Already have all peripherals and some 144hz 1440p monitors and I have been wanting an Ultrawide for a while so I added a Odyssey G9, Prefer purchasing from Newegg and Amazon. (Newegg more preferably) 

 

Current list: 

NOTE: I put MSRP price for the 6900XT since I'm not gonna buy the GPU until market becomes stable again, I have an old rx 5700xt lying around so I can use it temporarily, and a 2080ti already in a water cooled system which I can use as well if I needed to. Also I'm paying like 200 extra bucks for the PSU but there ain't any more 1000W+ PSU's in stock so can't really do anything about that.

(I might upgrade to water cooling later down the line but for now I'm just gonna stick with air cooling and an AIO for the CPU)

 

I probably missed a couple things so let me know if there's anything I should change. If you have any questions, Let me know.

Thanks.

 

 

 

 

My custom loop 5000$ PC:

 CPU: Intel i7 9900k Motherboard: Asus Prime Z390-A RAM: 32GB (x4 8GB Modules) Corsair Dominator VideoCard: Asus Nvidia 2080ti HDD/SSD: 1TB M2 Samsung EVO 970 Case: LianLi O11 Dynamic (White) Radiator: x1 Corsair Hydro X Series XR5 360 Fans: x6 Corsair LL120 RGB Tubing: Thermaltake PETG ID: 13mm OD: 16mm Fittings: Bitspower Throughout Waterblocks: CPU: EK-Velocity RGB (Nickel+Plexi) VideoCard: EK-Vector RTX 2080ti w/ Nickel Backplate (Nickel+Plexi) Reservoir: Bitspower Touchaqua Sedna Front Plate Options: Corsair Commander Pro, Corsair RGB Controller, Custom Sleeved Cables for CPU, ATX and PCI-E

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5 minutes ago, jakeslayer9091 said:

USD, I have No budget (Doesn't mean Ima get a threadripper with crossfire 6900xt's or anything way overkill), 

US / Can pay shipping from other countries if reasonable deal. 

Will be used strictly for Gaming, Some video editing and rendering at times. Might start streaming

Already have all peripherals and some 144hz 1440p monitors and I have been wanting an Ultrawide for a while so I added a Odyssey G9, Prefer purchasing from Newegg and Amazon. (Newegg more preferably) 

 

Current list: 

NOTE: I put MSRP price for the 6900XT since I'm not gonna buy the GPU until market becomes stable again, I have an old rx 5700xt lying around so I can use it temporarily, and a 2080ti already in a water cooled system which I can use as well if I needed to. Also I'm paying like 200 extra bucks for the PSU but there ain't any more 1000W+ PSU's in stock so can't really do anything about that.

(I might upgrade to water cooling later down the line but for now I'm just gonna stick with air cooling and an AIO for the CPU)

 

I probably missed a couple things so let me know if there's anything I should change. If you have any questions, Let me know.

Thanks.

 

 

 

 

I’d go with a faster drive. 980 pros aren’t very good and fast for the money. 

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2 minutes ago, Downkey said:

I’d go with a faster drive. 980 pros aren’t very good and fast for the money. 

I may be wrong but if iirc, 980 pros Sequential Read/Write speeds are 7000MB/s / 5100MB/s, what other drive do you recommend I get? 

My custom loop 5000$ PC:

 CPU: Intel i7 9900k Motherboard: Asus Prime Z390-A RAM: 32GB (x4 8GB Modules) Corsair Dominator VideoCard: Asus Nvidia 2080ti HDD/SSD: 1TB M2 Samsung EVO 970 Case: LianLi O11 Dynamic (White) Radiator: x1 Corsair Hydro X Series XR5 360 Fans: x6 Corsair LL120 RGB Tubing: Thermaltake PETG ID: 13mm OD: 16mm Fittings: Bitspower Throughout Waterblocks: CPU: EK-Velocity RGB (Nickel+Plexi) VideoCard: EK-Vector RTX 2080ti w/ Nickel Backplate (Nickel+Plexi) Reservoir: Bitspower Touchaqua Sedna Front Plate Options: Corsair Commander Pro, Corsair RGB Controller, Custom Sleeved Cables for CPU, ATX and PCI-E

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Id ditch that RAM for 3600 speed with CL14-16, will give better performance than trying to do 4000 mhz at cl18. I also would be weary of having a single 16 tb drive with no backup, id either run a pair of 8tb in raid or if budget allows and you really want that much space than do a second 16tb in raid. Also that video card is never going to be restocked, but if thats just a place holder than ok, just know you wont ever get that exact card/package

CPU Ryzen 3600, MB MSI MEG Ace x570, RAM Corsair Vengence Pro 32gb @ 3200 mhz, Fractal Designs Define R6, GPU EVGA RTX2060 KO 

 

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13 minutes ago, jakeslayer9091 said:

Samsung Odyssey G9 49.0" 5120x1440 240 Hz Monitor

I like that display, been using it for some time now at my office. though i have to say to not sit for too long and too close before it.

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11 minutes ago, Downkey said:

I’d go with a faster drive. 980 pros aren’t very good and fast for the money. 

SN850, Sab Rocket Q 4.0

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5 minutes ago, Ravendarat said:

Id ditch that RAM for 3600 speed with CL14-16, will give better performance than trying to do 4000 mhz at cl18. I also would be weary of having a single 16 tb drive with no backup, id either run a pair of 8tb in raid or if budget allows and you really want that much space than do a second 16tb in raid. Also that video card is never going to be restocked, but if thats just a place holder than ok, just know you wont ever get that exact card/package

Good point, Switched it out for 3600mhz @ CL14, and got 2 8tb so I can run them in raid, and yeah I do know I won't be able to get the limited edition one, but pcpartpicker didn't list the normal red devil one which is what I'm going to get. or at least any other 6900XT card is enough.

 

2 minutes ago, Downkey said:

SN850, Sab Rocket Q 4.0

SN850 does have slightly more write speeds, although it does tend to get hot even when idle (according to tomshardware's testing), Sab Rocket 4 is also definitely a great drive and much faster write speed than 980 pro (7gbps), although it's not quite as responsive and effecient as samsungs ssd's, and honestly 5gbps write is a lot more than enough for me and AES 256-bit encryption is a nice thing to have.

 

My custom loop 5000$ PC:

 CPU: Intel i7 9900k Motherboard: Asus Prime Z390-A RAM: 32GB (x4 8GB Modules) Corsair Dominator VideoCard: Asus Nvidia 2080ti HDD/SSD: 1TB M2 Samsung EVO 970 Case: LianLi O11 Dynamic (White) Radiator: x1 Corsair Hydro X Series XR5 360 Fans: x6 Corsair LL120 RGB Tubing: Thermaltake PETG ID: 13mm OD: 16mm Fittings: Bitspower Throughout Waterblocks: CPU: EK-Velocity RGB (Nickel+Plexi) VideoCard: EK-Vector RTX 2080ti w/ Nickel Backplate (Nickel+Plexi) Reservoir: Bitspower Touchaqua Sedna Front Plate Options: Corsair Commander Pro, Corsair RGB Controller, Custom Sleeved Cables for CPU, ATX and PCI-E

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980 Pro has decent all around performance. For most enthusiast environments random I/o performance matters most. StorageReview.com does a good job measuring and comparing performance.

80+ ratings certify electrical efficiency. Not quality.

 

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